Author has written 2 stories for Star Wars.
I've been a reviewer on here for several years, never posting a story. Uninterrupted came from feeling like The Clone Wars didn't give us enough P/A. I still feel that way, but I've come to better terms with it. I'll be the first to admit it's a total fluff piece, though.
I have written a Lily and James piece, and it was posted on Harry Potter.com message boards a decade ago, but I'm kind of ashamed of it now. It was super short, and cliche', and I feel like I don't have the time to fix it to do it justice.
I think I might start writing one-shots, because I don't what to tie myself down to a big long fanfic. I've had an idea churning in my head for a while for a little story between Eclipse and Breaking Dawn, (specifically, Edward's birthday,) but it may never actually get written down.
Favorite Pairings in no particular order: Edward and Bella, Anakin and Padme, Elizabeth Bennet and Fitzwilliam Darcy, Scorpius Malfoy and Rose Weasley (the pairing with the least amount of canonical support, just an offhand remark from Ron in the Epilogue.), Lily and James, Will Turner and Elizabeth Swann, Ana and Christian, (I read that back when it was a fanfic here. It still blows my mind that it became a global phenomenon.) and Jane Eyre and Mr. Rochester. (I can't resist that these are two people that are plain or downright ugly on the outside, but managed to a find a kindred soul in intellect. It transcends social class, appearance, expectations, etc. more than any other love story out there. And Jane's morality makes it that much sweeter.)
I'm a hopeless romantic (though I've never been in a romantic relationship), and that tends to have an effect on my writing, which will hopefully grow, if I get inspired, and come up with new ideas. I imagine things that could happen to existing characters, I just don't always know how to turn it into a real fan fiction.
I wrote Remorse after my re-watch of the Clone Wars series when we found out chronological order. I feel like a lot was left unresolved in the Clovis storyline, especially since we know Anakin and Padme were actually at a pretty good place in their marriage at the beginning of Revenge of the Sith. I've discussed it with other fans, and of course we can talk all day about Anakin's issues and why they led him down his dark path, but in that particular situation, we feel some of the blame was on Padme.